Keep Spam Mail Away From You

Written by Deniz Akay

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5. Some sites may want email addresses for registration. These are potential spam dangers. If you have to use an email address for registration, always use a temporary address. Sites like "" create temporary mail addresses for a short period of time and you are done with these addresses once you are finished with registration. If you also have to receive email after you have registered, in other words, when you are filling out forms onrepparttar internet, do not userepparttar 109489 mail account that you give your friends and relations. Instead, get yourself a free webmail (hotmail, yahoo, etc.) and use that always.

6. Never write your e-mail onrepparttar 109490 web. Some robots are scanningrepparttar 109491 web for email adresses. If you need to give your address, write it like : myaccount "AT" myprovider "Dot" com instead of '' .

7. When you are sending emails to multiple recipients, always use BCC. Why? If you typerepparttar 109492 addresses inrepparttar 109493 CC or To line, allrepparttar 109494 recipient addresses appear inrepparttar 109495 mail content when those emails are forwarded. Ifrepparttar 109496 forwarded mails reachrepparttar 109497 spam senders in some way, all these addresses are added to their spam lists.

8. If your webmail provides a junk/bulk mail filter service, make sure that this service is activated. However, allrepparttar 109498 mail coming into this folder might not be spam. Becauserepparttar 109499 mass emails sent by some sites you register or mail groups that you are a member of are sent by script-based ways, they may be considered as spam and they make their way into these folders. It's good to check this folder once in a while.

9. Finally, make sure that you viewrepparttar 109500 Message Headers fully. How do you do this? For example in Gmail, click "More options > Show original" besidesrepparttar 109501 address received from and in Hotmail, click "Options > Message display settings > Message header > Full". This will allow you to see useful information aboutrepparttar 109502 sender ofrepparttar 109503 spam mail you received. If you are sure that it's a spam mail, copyrepparttar 109504 header information as it is and report it to Fromrepparttar 109505 same web address, you can sendrepparttar 109506 mail service providerrepparttar 109507 information aboutrepparttar 109508 spam mail.

Please do not forget that these are only precautions that you can take against spam individually and will not stop spam completely, but at least it will help in keeping spam away from you.

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How to Send Emails that Get Opened

Written by Jeremy Hoover

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forum, discussion centred on how Getresponse and Aweber have improved their open and deilverability rates for emails, even as high as 85% for deliverability. One contributor, owner of an autoresponder company, noted that many tricks marketers use to get their messages past spam filters (such as using "f^ree" for "free") are actually backfiring and triggering spam filters, resulting in emails being blocked. Instead, marketers should focus on trick-free, valuable content in their emails.

Apparently, email marketing works muchrepparttar same way as search engine marketing does: inrepparttar 109488 long run, you are rewarded for building (and sending out) trick-free, useful, and informative content.

So how should you build your business? One quality blog post, article, or email at a time.

Jeremy Hoover builds residual income at If you want to build a recurring monthly income, please visit his site for more information.

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